Get to know Kacey Anderson

Get to know McGriff-Williams Client Account Advisor, Kacey Anderson

What is your favorite book OR book you are reading now?  I just finished reading Safe Haven, but my favorite is probably The Notebook.

Quote you live by: “Feel good, be good & do good.”

Comfort Food: My mom’s chicken pot pie.

If you were stranded on an island and could bring only one (non-electronic) item what would it be? Probably either a knife or a pot to boil water.

What are some items on your “bucket list?” See all of Europe, sky dive & go on a mission trip.

Complete the following sentence: “Ten years from now I hope to be making a difference in the world.”

A song or songs that bring you back to a certain time in your life: Any song from Grease brings back good memories because it’s my favorite movie. Old country songs remind me of truck rides with my dad.

What is your favorite holiday and why? Despite the craziness that sometimes comes with blended families, I love Christmas….especially when spent with children. I also love birthdays – they’re the one day out of the year to fully celebrate that special person.

What is your favorite app on your phone, or the app you use most frequently? Instagram & Weather Channel are probably the most used apps on my phone. I also like Candy Crush, Temple Run, Lumosity & other brain teaser games.

If you could have one super power, what would it be: I’d like to fly.  I’ve always been envious of birds.

Favorite way to wind down from a busy day or get out of a bad mood: Work out or shop. For sure.

Favorite vacation spot(s): Jamaica, Bahamas & Nashville are the top 3 on my list.

If you were given $10k today, how would you spend it? I would keep half for myself to either go shopping or do something at my house or take a trip with my husband…. Then I’d give half away to either a family member/friend in need or to charity, the homeless, my church, etc.

Some more fun facts you may not know about Kacey: She was a cheerleader for 11 years growing up – football & competition. Although she tried other sports like basketball & softball “they didn’t go well” and she didn’t like the uniforms. Kacey says she was very shy at a young age and cheerleading helped her out of her shell.